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so it is just another tragedy to hit many our co-workers. >> no one would hope for this to happen. the situations are very difficult. we see this every day as paramedics but it is not...it is not something we would expect to see happen to us. >> oakland police are still in need of any additional witnesses who can offer up tips to them as they continue the manhunt for the shooter or shooters and search for a motive. reporting live from san jose for abc7 news. >> developing news, napa police have identified a man who was shot and wounded by an officer during an altercation last night. the 37-year-old ramirez is hospitalize with a gun wounds to the chest. abc7 news reporter cornell bernard has more on what led up to the shooting live at the sheriff's office. >> the suspect was severely wounded but is expected to
survive. the sheriff says that the napa police officer fired on the suspect when he tried to make an arrest. >> i was in the restaurant eating and all of a sudden we heard the ambulance come by. >> frank was having dinner at the diner on tuesday when a gunshot was heard. suddenly, police converged on a parking lot across from the home depot. they had this intersection blocked off. that was blocked off. blocked off down there. >> napa county undercover narcotics team was watching a car with three men inside. that included 37-year-old suspect ramirez. >> they approached the vehicle to arrest the suspect with the warrant for violation of probation on assault with a deadly weapon case. a struggle ensued between one of the officers and the suspect. the shot was tired. >> a napa police officer shot ramirez once in the chest. he was taken to the hospital. the officer placed on leave.
the sheriff says that ramirez was wanted on a probation violation after trying to kill his wife with a 7" knife. the shooting has left frank rattled and has napa has changed. >> when i was a kid growing up here you could go to bed at night with your front doors opened and unlock. you could it is on your porch at night. now you are -- it is not safe for people to walk around the streets for fear someone will get mugged or robbed or shot. >> the napa county sheriff investigating the police officer involved who was not hurt. ramirez is expected to survive but could face new charges of assault on a police officer. we are live in napa for abc7 news. >> an update to a story we have fold all morning, a stabbing in oakland. police now say that the man probably took his own life. officers were caused to international boulevard at 23rd after 5:00 a.m. they found a man with head injuries
and multiple stab wounds and died at the hospital. his name has not been released. >> a prayer service after the weekend shooting of a college athlete shot on saturday morning. investigators think the shooter mistook the student for a gang member. so far, there are no arrests in the case. the family says he was a star athlete and an honor student at archbishop riordan high school before playing football at lewis and clark in portland. there is a prayer service at the shooting scene. >> chevron says they have completed repairs to the richmond refinery after the big fire last year that broke out in august, damaging the unit for full operation of the refinery. chevron tells "contra costa times" it is waiting approval to
restart the cute oil processing unit. the board of chevron is cutting the pay for the chief executive because of what they call "operating incidents" last year. >> caltran will reinspect hundreds of parts of the bay bridge on the east span, and the company behind the steel rods that bloke. dyson corporation made or supplied the bolts that went into construction of the new $6.5 billion span. last week, caltran disclosed a third of the rods snapped when workers tightened them in place. >> rebound will spend a couple of days in the bay area fundraising for the democratic party. he appeared at joint base andrews in maryland. the next stop is denver around 12:40 our time where some will hold a news conference to protester gun control measures. president obama wants to draw attention to colorado's tough new gun laws in the wake of the movie theater massacre last
summer. abc7 news reporter katie marzullo joins us in san francisco right now where the president will be today. katie? >> this is as close as we can get but you can see the top of the hotel a few blocks away. police are already on the ground, blocking off parking along howard in front of the hotel, passerbys are curious, and some are planning a protest while others are excited. san francisco police officers are standing by. this is where president obama will spend the night. for some, it is a great opportunity. >> it is very excited. it is not inconvenience to have the street blocked off. people can get by and take care of business. it is exciting. it is an honor to have the president near. >> president obama is here to raise money. he has two events to attend tonight, a $5,000 cocktail reception in pacific heights and $32,500 plate dinner.
>> an actist group will protester the pricey dinner and want president obama to reject the keystone pipeline that brings oil from canada to the gulf of mexico. they are bringing a thousand people and some noise. we are raising our voices with a brass band that will be there and we will make noise to make sure he knows, the motorcade sees us, and he gets the message that the people that voted for him want him to reject there pipeline and stand on the right side of history. >> the money the president raises on the trip will go to house and senate candidates for the midterm elections. the president has two more events tomorrow in atherton. >> happening now in connecticut, lawmakers are ready to vote on historic gun control package in response to the sandy hook elementary school massacre. the connecticut legislature is debating the gun control bill right now. it contains what are being called the toughest gun laws in the nation. the governor says he will sign the bill if it gets through the legislature.
>> new this original rutgers has fired basketball coach mike rice after this stubbing video showing him physically assaulting players and using antigay slurs and shoving and grabbing and throwing basketballs at players during practice. rice apologized today calling them inexcusable. >> i have let so many people down. my players. my administration. rutgers university. the fans. my family who is sitting in their house huddled around because of the fact their father was an embarrassment to them. >> rice was initially suspended if three games and fined $50,000. rutgers says there will be a national search to replace him. >> the battle to keep the sacramento kings in california is in the big apple.
groups from sacramento and seattle are in new york city to present their plan for the nba team to the league's board. sacramento mayor johnson is making his pitch to keep the team in the state capital. on the other side, seattle based group of investors including microsoft c.e.o. and sacramento is offering to build a half billion arena and seattle said they have 44,000 fan whose have committed tickets. >> and cal women's is going where they have never been before: the final four. they face four seed, georgia bull dugs on monday in the regional final in washington and the game went down to overtime thriller, with the final score, cal65-62 now they move to the final four in new orleans for the first time in cal history! congratulations. >> so cool. >> it is. mike nicco? >> we are watching the cloud cover that is dissipating.
this live shot from the east bay hills to san francisco and mount tamalpais is on the right. we have rain on the way if tomorrow. we need it with a deficit from 4" to 6.5". i will tell you how much you will get and when. >> new details of apple's next big product and the futuristic remote control to go with it. >> big announcement from the rolling stones when and where they will be in the bay area to celebrate a
>> san rafael, south bay, dublin/pleasanton and all the bay area, this is abc7 news. >> film critic announced he has cancer again and roger ebert will scale back his movie reviews announcing this in a blog last night. ebert previously battled cancer in his thyroid and lost the ability to speak and eat. he says the latest cancer was discovered after a painful fracture making it difficult to walk the he plans to spend time writing about his health challenges. >> korean automakers are
recalling two million vehicles to fix airbags and brake light switches. safety regulators say a faulty switch can stop the lights from lighting and cruise control may not turn off when a driver steps on the brake light. the recall involves santa fe and tuscon and the optima and sportage from the 2007 through 2011 model years and they will notify owners and replace the switches for free starting in june. hyundai is recalling the 2011 through 2013elantra because a bracket can come loose. >> apple fans, if you are looking for a new tv you may not have to wait longer, an analysts says he has learned from suppliers apple is on track to launch a new tv set by the end of the year. the biggest tv is 60" with
smaller versions available but according to the report you have to pay between $1,500 to $2,500 to get one. apple will release a small i-ring that fits on your finger telling you to control the spring by pointing. love that! >> does a person come out of the bang of the screen and clean your house, too? >> that is better. mike has the forecast. >> science fiction meets reality. we will talk about the clod cover, it is starting to disapayment and we are keeping visibility improve and live doppler 7 hd shows we are running dry right now so we will go ahead and show you how napa has the most fog and up to to miles and that will continue to rapidly erode through the next hour. everyone else is doing pretty good from 6:00 at santa rosa to 5 at san carlos but even you are seeing sunshine. and downtown san francisco, it is 57. oakland is 60.
san jose is 61. walnut creek is already 67. palo alto and mill valley are at 63. walnut creek has been very bright with the sunshine coming down all day. and napa is coolest at 52. livermore is 60. union city is 59. los gatos is 64. you can see bit afternoon hours, high clouds will take over where the low clouds were and that will keep us cloudy but very mild air mass on top of us. our steady rain tomorrow during the morning commute and after that the chance moves to the north for saturday and sunday. a beautiful picture from mount tamalpais this morning, showing the low clouds and more stubborn at 9 coast and that is why you will be cooler than everyone but the temperatures this afternoon are two degrees warmer-than-average in san francisco at 65. to ten degrees warmer-than-average in livermore at 76 with sunsetting at 7:35. we have low-to-upper 70's in the santa clear valley from
sunnyvale at 72 to gilroy at 78. san jose tops out at 74 and same in mountain view, and san mateo at 66. the warm spots along the coast is half moon bay and south san francisco is mid-60's. and low 70's through the north bay valley and ten degrees cooler at the beaches plus 70 in oakland and san leandro and new york between the upper 60's to lower 70's. mid-70's through the east bay valleys and 76 in antioch and livermore and fairfield, the warmer spots. headed to the game we are off to 0-2 start with 160 games let. 62 at first patch -- pitch at 7:05. temperatures are mile because of the cloud cover and santa rosa and napa and morgan hill in the upper 40's but the cloud cover will bring low do mid-50's and rain. here is what is happening, the cold front to our west is advancing our way with high clouds and the high clouds will town into rain tomorrow morning.
here we are at midnight with nothing going on and by 3:00 to 4:00 you can see the steady light-to-moderate rain starting the morning commute and by 7:00 the moderate rain moves on with light rain pushing to showers. at noon we have scattered showers and they will continue but taper in the evening and the overnight hours. now at look at the rainfall, quarter to half an inch in meth areas and near the coast and north bay santa cruz mountains half an imto -- half an inch to an inch. tomorrow we are four degrees to eight degrees cooler and spring warmth and 70's and 80's next monday and tuesday. with rain on the way, we have another great weather resource, following live doppler 7 hd on twitter for the latest bay area weather conditions, rain or shine and get video forecast and "spare the air" alert and weather treats from your favorite weather team.
the commute tomorrow is going to be fun. >> double dose satisfaction. the rolling stones have announced the 50th anniversary tour including two local shows, the nine city and 50 and counting tour will include oakland and san jose both in may. rolling stone magazine reports they will receive between $4 and $5 million a show with top tickets going for up to $600 plus fees. the tickets are on sale on monday morning. >> you can tell me about it. >> i have seen them already. >> you are special! >> still ahead the mountain lion mistake. >> this kitty caused a
>> at 3:00 on "katie" marie osmond uncensored. at 4:00, the cholesterol lowering medication that could prevent a leading cause of blindness. >> at 4:00 and 5:00, less than two weeks until tax day and we want to help you get your money back. you can call our tax hot light starting at 4:00 tonight and michael finney will have live coverage at 4:00, 5:00, and 6:00. >> finally, residents in the central valley called 9-1-1 after spotting what they thought was a mountain lion but it was a 25 pound ferrell cat that was captured by a local group. the residents named him "man face" because he beats up all the cats in the neighbor. neighborhoods he he will be calmed down because of the fact
hello, and welcome to millionaire. today's returning contestant is so excited to be in new york city for the very first time, and she is hoping to walk away with $1 million. from chicago, please welcome agnes biskup. hey, agnes. >> hi! >> first time in new york and doing a great job so far. what do you want to do with the money? >> oh, well, i'm a freelance writer, and i write-- >> you're a freelance writer, yeah. >> i'm a freelance writer, and i write kid's books, and unless you're j.k. rowling, you don't make a lot of money. ane paycheck to paycheck, so it would be really nice to have, like, a little cushion for, like, bills and things like that. but if i win a lot of money, then i'd like to do a big birding trip. >> a big trip? >> a big trip. >> and you have a destination in mind? >> yes. i'm a bird-watcher, and i've seen, like, almost 500 birds in north america. >> wow. >> and so what i'd really to do is to go to alaska, 'cause there's all these, like, cool birds i haven't seen, like crested auklets and eiders and
things like that, and i also want to see the northern lights. it's, like, on my bucket list. it's supposed to be a really good year for them. >> well, i would love to get you to alaska for sure. so and you're on your way. $7,500 so far in your bank. 11 away from $1 million. you have all of your lifelines. so far, so good. are you are you ready to keep playing? >> yes. >> audience, are you ready? [cheers and applause] then let's play millionaire. [dramatic musical flourish] ♪ all right, agnes. tear-filled scenes from what acclaimed tv show are frequently recounted on the new tumblr account, the claire danes cry face project? >> well, i actually watch homeland, and she does a really good job of crying. she's crying a lot. so i'm gonna say "c," homeland, final answer. >> i love homeland so much. it's so great. you got it right. [cheers and applause] let's put some money in that bank of yours. $7,000. up to $14,500. ry